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Jugglers And Clowns

What would Bob Dylan write if he were twenty years old today and would people listen? and did they really listen back in 1962? Maybe he would realize, were he twenty years old today that it wouldn’t really matter what … Continue reading

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Breathe

The radio plays classical music, listen it will help you breathe

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Are You Happy

Life isn’t about being polite because wrong is wrong and right is right and if you have to fight don’t fight for the oppressor and don’t fight for the aggressor and use art as your weapon use your words nuclearly … Continue reading

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It’s Just Paper & Pen

We pray, everyday, take our blues far away we just want to watch the game the stadiums filled, is the present God willed? All our skeletons look the same…   Closets are clean when screens are green watch the elephant … Continue reading

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You Can Sing Out Of Tune

Don’t let them tempt you to barter your soul never bow down for plastic, or gold or paper, or powder, or dwellings, or cars turn off the noise and look to the stars…   The answers are out there, the … Continue reading

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Certain Days

On certain days, blind patriotism is quite alright an over-the-top display of nationalism is perfectly fine a couple times a year, hawks can proudly soar above eagles, (no room in the sky for doves) and all jingoists can come out … Continue reading

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Spangled

You might think that we’re free, because of pawns sacrificed but for millions of people, it’s long been darkness, no gleaming What we see now is par, though an unseemly sight on the TV’s we watch, and the internet streaming … Continue reading

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